Everest Cale
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Everest Cale

New York City, New York, United States | Established. Jan 01, 2012

New York City, New York, United States
Established on Jan, 2012
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"PLAYING WITH SOUND: EVEREST CALE AT ARLENE’S GROCERY"

“Before I Knew What Love Was” draws the listener in, devising Everest Cale as a band that plays with sound and offers many dynamics—loud, pensive, aggressive, contemplative—in one song, one performance. - Pancakes and Whiskey


"Discovery: Everest Cale"

ROCK-‘N’-ROLL, THROUGH AND THROUGH - Interview Magazine


"WHISKEY SESSION: EVEREST CALE – PRETTY"

What do you get when you mix a little Southern twang with Brooklyn subculture? Two words: Everest Cale - Pancakes and Whiskey


"Everest Cale Keeps the Emotion in Music"

Everest Cale only drives that idea home with throwback guitar riffs and legitimate rock beats behind Treacy’s strong voice and deep lyrics. Don’t stop, Everest Cale. Don’t stop. - New York Social Status


"New Music: Everest Cale"

Brooklyn via South Carolina band Everest Cale explore the scorched earth landscape of a post apocalyptic world with their new single “Fossils”. “Fossils” is a slow burning song, accentuating instrumental space and poignant lyrics, with slow building guitar and drums that eventually explode into lyrical hope. - SceneSC


"Best Of"

Infused with classic rock influences, with enough of a modern twist to keep things from ever sounding stale, the band’s dynamic indie rock sound walks the line between fresh and familiar. - The Deli


"Brooklyn band releases song about local shark"

Everest Cale, an indie rock band based in Brooklyn, N.Y., and headed by frontman Brett Treacy, a South Carolina native and former Charleston resident, recently released a song titled “Mary Lee” in recognition of the famous great white shark that has repeatedly visited the South Carolina coast. - Moultrie News


"SONG PREMIERE: “WAS I WRONG” BY EVEREST CALE"

Even if we’d just smashed into the shore, we’d be excited to premiere Everest Cale’s brand new single, “Was I Wrong.” The Brooklyn band bare all in this acoustic folk rock track, which, even in title, is not afraid to ask some tough questions. - Pancakes and Whiskey


"INTERVIEW: EVEREST CALE"

It pulls you in, tune by tune, until you’re left reeling with the ambiguous lyrics and hard-hitting riffs. - Pancakes and Whiskey


"Everest Cale: Beast"

Overall, Beast was a swell listen and calmed the nerves. Everest Cale has that smooth sound that goes down easily and is fairly timeless. - The Aquarian


"Everest Cale to Release 'Beast'"

There is a lot of hype surrounding Everest Cale’s live shows, and it seems that those of us who are not in the New York area are really missing out. - Static Multimedia


"Exclusive Magazine Reviews "Beast""

The new EP Beast by Everest Cale is just that - a beast of a small entity, ready and waiting to pounce into your ears. - Exclusive Magazine


"We Made It On Music Under Fire's "10 Most Notable Artists" List"

“Cut the apple from your eye before she takes a bite,” is more than enough to assure that you’ve stumbled upon greatness. Love is brutal and Everest Cale is explicitly descriptive of the torture. - Music Under Fire


"SYFFAL "Beast" Video Premiere"

We're happy to premiere this video from indie outfit, Everest Cale. I fucking love this song. - SYFFAL


"Brooklyn Rocks Reviews Our Show at Pianos, NYC, 1/4/13"

Everest Cale haven't abandoned their core country-blues sound, their live interpretation is closer to Crazy Horse. - Brooklyn Rocks


"Everest Cale At Tammany Hall"

Playing one of their largest shows to date, Brooklyn-based Everest Cale played a sold out set at Tammany Hall celebrating the release of their EP Beast.. - The Brooklyn Babe


Discography

Mother - Single 

Mary Lee
  1. New New York
  2. Beauty on the Mountain
  3. Love Is A March
  4. Pretty
  5. Mary Lee
  6. Was I Wrong
Constellation Choir
  1. I Awoke
  2. Before I Knew What Love Was
  3. Fossils
  4. Hole
Beast
  1. Beast
  2. Goodbye
  3. The Ocean
  4. Soaked
  5. Place We Know Is Home

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Bio

Praised as "ROCK-‘N’-ROLL, THROUGH AND THROUGH" by Interview Magazine, Everest Cale's music swells with guitar-drenched free-for-alls before collapsing, leaving just singer Brett Treacy and his guitar, pulling the audience closer with his hushed voice, earnest lyrics and just the right amount of ringing in your ear.


After the success of their single “Before I Knew What Love Was” hitting over 2 million plays on Spotify, Everest Cale is planning on taking the world by a guitar driven storm.  New singles are being mastered in the studio, new videos are being filmed, a summer tour is being planned, and as always, the band is booking local shows and events.